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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 January 1892

The Enquirer. WEATIIEKFORD JAN. 7, l*D2. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHFRFORD, MINERA!. WEU.S AND NOKTHWE TKKN TIMK-TABLK. (To Ulce Effect Sunday, Ootolmr 18, 1MI1.) FHOII WKATHKUFOKU. Ho 8.—Leave WoHtlurford o 15 „ m " Arrive Mineral Wells 7 ¡¡7 {, ,u *0. L—I^ave WeHthoifurj 11 0() a m " Arrive Miiierul Wells 12 22 p m TO WKATIIEHFOUD. Ho. 2.—I-eave Mineral Wells T 2(1 a m '« Arrive Htatlierfonl (M2 h 111 Ho. 4.—Leave Mineral Well s (X) 111 " Arrive Weatherford 4 22 p in Trains Nos. 1 and 2, daily tralus; 3 and <1 4ally exe. pt Sunday. Closi etmnecuoi at Went her ford with the T 4 G ^ s",,tu Ft- trains, and at Mln «ral Wells with Graham stage line. A. K. McKay, Supt. TAXAS & PACIFIC. East bonnd. No. 4 4:48p m West bound, No. :i I0:üu p. ui. accommodation. Ho 10 a. m. UUI F, COLORADO & SANTA FE. Southbound -"-45pm Vortb bound 11 a m.,6:ir. p. in! The SantH Femakescloseeonmctioii with the Fort Worth & Rio Grande at Cressou. The markets are well supplied with fat home ...

Publication Title: Weatherford Enquirer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 January 1892

jp. ,.y>- liftr 4' W" úti «< FORT« WORTH i LONE STAR OPINIONS. PACKING COMPANY PACKERS AND CUREUS OF ALL KINDS OF Hog and Beef Products, and Canncrs of Meats land made Mr. Cmp speaker.—Glen ' Rose Hi raid. AND DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL HIND. he'll win. George Clark has volunteered his service to the f uL>-treasuryit:s to help them turn it loose and the*piblic will watch the successor hiseflNru with no little interest—E I s Co. Mirpr. no one attacks it. The Jimniycratic papers hae been making a good many remarks about Ju lge Clark's Denton Spterh but not ¡ one has atta< kee the soundnus of a single passage of it—Waco Diy. the people will ,p0 11 j I Ffom present appearanos the friends of Goviruor Hogg wil make , George Clark the next goveuior of Texas just as the friends ot Mr.Cleve he can (jet it. We are buying Hosts and C.ittlo every day at th-> Union Stock Yards mar ket, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hojr and cattle. | I Every indication poin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 January 1892

Watchea, Clocks and Silverware SPECIALTIES For Everything Mutilóle AND CHP^P the JEWELRY LINE CALL ON- JJ£NRY M. BRUCE. )ok over my stock and I will make prices that will suit you COME AMD SEE. . Main ¿t., - WEATHERFORD. J. *. COUTS, R. W. KINDEL, Vice-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier ÍSriZENS NATIONAL BANK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. &c SURPLUS, $200,000. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AMD SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO CUSTOMERS. Elections a Specialty. North Main St. IE BIG CHANCE AND THE BEST CHANCE To Buy your Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Hams, Lard, Breakfast Bacon, and all the Freshest, new Delicacies, Combin- ing Quality and Elegance with prices Strictly Fair is to call on North Main St., Weatherford, Texas. J. R. WILLIAMS, Undertaker - and - Embalmer, COFFINS, CASKETS & BURIAL ROBES. have moved and started in business for myself and you will always find ic witn a full line of goods at moderate prices, and as prompt as any un- dertaker in Texas. >VER BEN O. HENRY'S FURNITURE STORE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 7 January 1892

Continued from lit Pip. BP 1/ rv.: mum Sends Greetings to the Public with Sincere • Thanks For the Liberal Patronage Bestow- ed in the past. For The Coming Year We have no addi- tional promises to make. We shall always try to con- duct our business with such DIGNITY As shall be appre- ciated by the pub- lic. We shall give you courteous treat ment. We shall give you good val- ue for Your Money. We shall meet any LEGITIMATE COMPETITION. We are always ready to rectify any errors or i 4 ir-1 en should be experts In this work? Of course, they will appreciate all In- formation and advice coming from parents (If n 't offered In an insulting, ' tongue-lashing spirit), and will at- tempt to turn it to go xl account; but that does not mean he must ground arms and surrender to you, and allow you to run things. You might be like the man who declared that had he been consulted in creation, he would have made things far different from what we find them. He would have been a Whlzzer from Whlzzer- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 January 1892

I fi 1," • In ,/ If *1 // y THE WEATHERFORD ENQUIRER VOL XII.—NO. 6. WEATHERFOED. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 1892. Successor to Sun-Oonstitution. COL DLLS TALKS. Hi PMUm Oi sorer Ctotrly De- fied. IE FAVORS FREE COINAGE. But Thinks That the Tariff Should Take Precedence in the Com- ing Presidential Con- test. 1 YESTERI MM FOR PRESIDEN la His Opinion, Should be Placed at the Head of The Ticket—Who Are Democrats. sm vé Dalla* Nawa. Cobsicana, Tex. 0.—The name of Roger Q. Mills is one that always awakens profound interest in Texas. In 1888, when Henry W. Grady made one of the three great speeches of his life, there were 10,000 people to applaud him. When he hinted at the division of Texas, for political purposes, it fell flat. F illowing this, he Jumped to the tariff issue and ottered the words: - "The lion of the tribe of Judah, Roger Q. Mills." The scene that followed will never be forgotton,for 10,000 people can make a great deal of noise when they feel like it. It was an all-Texas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 January 1892

■v- THE CITY Of WEATHERFORD. 1 ' ♦ «•beltretr, AUleruwii M. W. Buaur, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Attorney. R. L. Graham, J. A. CN *Jeíí« Rlcknan, W. C. MeFall Aldermen 2ud Wmw A. J. Ball, 8 Wadley, Aldermen llrd Ward. K. M. Well , J. T. Cottfcu, AUiertauo 4th Ward. A. B Lewie, Bee.retary and Truaaurer. D. C. Brattou, Marshal. W. A. Ltik, AuMwwor and Coileotni. ;hurchkb: Prssbytkki an.—Oak St., Sunday School every Vanday morning at 9:80. Preaching at U a. ra., Mid 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wedneiday ■tgbt at™ B«v. J. A. Woo , Paator. Cum as bland PbmbytbbjaH.—W. Church 8t. tnnday Behool at 9:48a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting cvcry wedneiday Bight at 7:80. Y. P. B. C. E. one hour belitre the evening service on Sunday. Choir meeting •very Friday evening. . R«v. W. G. Tbmplbton, Paator. Chmstjak Chuboh.—Corner South Main and Oak Sts. Sub day School at 9:80 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. ra., and 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:80. W. B. Cahnkh, Past...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 January 1892

1 \\ This Took Place In Kansas. There is the deuce to pay in the good old Republican State of Kansas, but there is no likelihood that the northern papers will allude to this as a typical Western outrage. Not at all. That style of newspaper literature applies only to the South. Even so conservative a paper as the New York Times read the South a lecture the other day because of the taking- off of the Sims outlaws in Alabama; and we are awaiting with some im- patience for the Northern editorial treatment of the Kansas episode. The counties oí Woodsdale and Hugoton have both aspired to possess the coun- ty seat, and the lines have been drawn on this burning issue. A doz- en men who have undertaken to set- tle this little questiou have been murdered for their pains; and it seems that the festive Kansans are in the habit of celebrating their coun- ty seat contests in this engaging man- ner. The custom must be extremely deleterious to the impartial study of political economy, but perhaps p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 January 1892

Efe • ' m ¡p?© m I M É!$'L The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY XXTJXiZi CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE- year mouth* mouth* flM .n 10 Cnoting Room* on Bth of 8qu r« . MAIS 8TRKKT, oiw btook All ire invUed to Mil MÍ ■ea u* it ny time. ■ntered at the Po«tnfBoe *t Wentherford, Tei u gocond-Claui mall mattei. WEATHERFORD. JAN. 14 Baisb poultry. Plant fruit tr«"8. Plant blackberries. Homeseekekh still And homes In the post oak belt. The Enquirer's booming. circulation Is Or course there Is no need of an extra session. What blank fool ever supposed there was? The unsmartest thing Culberson «ver did was to allow himself to be used by the combine. Coke sees the handwriting on the wall and In his financial scheme Jumps clean over the constitution. Even Coke is dafty. MR. CORK'S BILL. We see that Senator Coke baa In- troduced a bill In the senate to re- quire national banks to retire their circulating notes, and providing for the issue of treasury notes to the ex- tent of the retirement; al4>, t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 January 1892

A NEW GROCERY HOUSE. -4 «AT1* The Enquirer. WEATHERFORD JAN. 14, 1892. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE. WEATHERFORD, MINERAL WELLS ANO NORTH WE-TERN TIME-TABLE. (To Uke Effect Sunday, October 18,1881.) from weatherford. So A—Leave Weatherfnrd 6 15 p m " Arrive Mineral Wells 7 37 p ra So. 1.—Leave Weatherford 11 00 a m " Arrive Mlueral Wells .. 12 22 p m to weatherford. Vo. 2.—Leave Mlueral Wells 7 20am " Arrive Weatherford 8 42 a m Vo. 4.—Leave Mineral Well* 8 00pm " Arrive Weatherford 4 22 p m Trains Nos. 1 and 2, dally trains; 3 aud 4 telly except Sunday. Close connection at WeHtberford with tbe T. 4 P. Rnd G., C. a Santa Ke train*, aud at Miu- ml Wella with Graham stage line. A. F. McKay, 8upt. TAXAS & PACIFIC. East bonnd, No. 4 4:48 p. m. West bound, No. 3 i<):ao p. m. accommodation. *o 10 9:05 a. m. UUI F, COLORADO & 6ANTA FE. South bound 2:4s p. m. North bound 11 a m., 6:15 p. m. The 8anta Fe makes close connection with the Port Worth & Rio Grande at Crestón. Mrs. Dan ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 January 1892

1 f * ' ■ t''/ ; S 1 • e oo S, § k ? - j r b> _ (d cd is i — • 3t « í9 ° go • !-♦ & 3 gl. cp " cl KTRAIOHTBN TI Jud«r« lloaran has letter explaining actions of the rad 1 and accusing the KS. an gen tend i ns he couunisni). oí voualy. lino of th« ruad, traille han buen •lopped and the end la not yet. Grvat ia "How and a commish!"— Martin Hall. ANOTHKK OIIANCK IPOR TYLKH. The Tyler doctors are most likely pricking up theiroars in anticipation Corsica na j J? é PACKING rOMPANY PACKERS AND CUREKS OF ALL KINDS OF Hog and Beet Products, and Canners oi Meats a3td delicacies. sausage of all kind. , , „ , If the people of Texas cou^t who have no higher or nobler ideas We are buying Hojjs and Cattle every day at the Union Mock \ ards mar -1 ¡ The nun m i sion ought to unit ans*r- ¡of succeeding l>r. Reeves j iug every letter in thi press amh*< Observer. to straightening up Irtijfht n te n nuo xo iH'.miki ani> nkainy. th< various raifcoa<is, «5n |n ¡ such bn>ad-guagcd,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 January 1892

9 €> O O Watches, Clocks and Silverware SPECIALTIES! AND CHEAP t'hnE JEWELRY LINE -CALL ON- HEtíRY M. BRUCE. ' Look over my stock, and I will make prices that will suit you SURE. COME AND SEE. N. Main St., - WEATHERFORD. GEMS FROM JOKERS. J. R. C0UT8, Prest. R. W. KINDEL, Vioe-Prent. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BAM, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. CAPITAL &c SURPLTJS, $200.000. ns WANTS TO KNOW. "Excuse me," said J. Hay Seed to the stranger who had so cordially shaken hands with him—"excuse my askin'—but air you a regular profes- sional or jist a amatoor?" "EhV" "I mean air you a bunco man or merely a candidate for office?"— Indianapolis Journal. AN UNTRUSTWORTHY FOKT. Mr. Royal R. Kanum— What' more assessments? "Patrick Ilines, deceased; Conrad Muth, deceased; Terence Gallagher, deceased; Gustavo Fischer, deceased. Total, $6 83." I'll bet the man who wrote "There Is No Death" never belonged toa beneficiary society.—Puck. A MYSTERY CLEARED UI\ "How is it that your boss' sweet ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 14 January 1892

tig Y.A t > m Mam* '■ w m Hoktokln', •PMNOTOW* spriqs. - « . ' Liberal '. «Nk Hi i-v - ■> "I® -• •din the put For IH1 addi- to shall to con. mm*' ' UMM Momm IJl/WMl. r «M a llekln', yMWI •"..¡'Mi ia«r Ok, <Ut la *, Oaf alat m kwrtta' Hooey I* 4* hand As'fttlgkt^JanrwUa' Malt In jro'wmI Tatar pom ehtokea, •Way dawn ml. In al' eotton pie km'I vr id aiy 81m dodcoookin', Oimme ehlrken pto Wen de atawe ain't er lookla' bin er dróuf Yoe'U tin' ■•aritieMa' •Way dowu soul. In ol' eottou plckin't —Atiente Journal. On th* Slok Llat. Mrs. W. A. Keel, sooth of town, who has been dowu with Grippe, Is improving. Mrs. McHenry, wh has been suf- fering from Grippe at Mr. Godfrey's, is improving. Mr. Douglas who was hurt in the Ft. Worth machine hops, is improv ing, though slowly. Mr. Geo. Jones Jr., who was recent- ly thrown from a hone has not en- tirely nji>vered from his landing. Miss Lissie May Léwis, who a few fell at school, to still in- - eet any f ^ m who has been ng severely fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 January 1892

■ i, fjn. * 1 I ' "iV5' "-t THE WEATITERFO III) ENQUIRER. VOL. XII.—NO. 7. WEATHERKOltl). TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1892. Successor to Sun-Constitution. WHBRB IT IS WEAK. A Railroad Man's Opinion of the Railroad Commission. Col. G. W. Barnhart, like all the rest of the competent railroad men of Texas, is opposed to the Texas railway commission as it is now con- stituted. As a general agent here of the Cotton Belt route, Col. Barn- hart, has to deal daily with the af- • o oí nearly every road in tbestate indirectly, and he is therefore in an excellent position for observing the evil effects of Mr. Hogg's commis- sion law as at present administered* "It is not the commission per se that we railroad men object to," said Col. Barnhart.. "Iowa, Nebras- ka, Missouri, Georgia, Massachusetts and in fact, states in all sections of the ilnion have railroad commis- •isns, and they have all greatly mo- dified the law and revolutionized the make-up of the commissions since their adoption. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 January 1892

.. w Br' THE CITY OF WEATHERFORD. M. W. ■um*r, Mayor. A. J. Hood, City Alt winy. K. L. Graham, J. A. Ochiltree, AMen^n Rnit H •rtli Jeue Hickman, W. c. MeFall Aldermen tad Wart. Á. J. Bill, 8 Wart ley, Aldermen *rd Ward. V. U. Wells, J T. Rotten, AMertnen 4tb Ward A. B. ).«wli, Secretary an«l Treasurer. D. O. Kratton, Marshal. W. A. l.Uk, Assessor and Collector. wHl'B"HE8: H. 1. Church South,—Cor 8 Main k Colma kit st"., Services every Hun<1ay ai II a. m and fp.m. Sunday School l9:JMa. m. Prayer meet- tag every Wednesday nlifbt at 7:H0. Claw meet- h(< Snd'and 4th HHhV>atli« at S p. in. Missionary Society every third Sunday at * p. in. Churon Conference on first 8un<lay In cuch month. Kcr. Jam Mackbt, Pastor. P*«sbytebi an.—Oak St., Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:80. Preaching at 11 a.m., Mid 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday alght at 7. Kb v. J. A. Woods, Paator. Combicbland Pkkchytbhian.—W. Churoh Bt •niiday School at 9:48*. m. Preaching at U a. a. •lid 7 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 January 1892

1 < il WE DO MOVE!! X* We now occupy the GOUTS BUILDING, next door to Citizens National Bank, hereafter known AS THB V y RED FRONT Obr Stock is all arranged. We are displaying and. dispos- ing of EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS. We don't have to sell our goods Nor Do We Cry BANKRUPT STOCKS! / * Where is taeFirm that advertises a 20 per cent, reduction, and sell you a $2.00 Overcoart for $1.60. Show us the COST HOUSE that will sell you cot- ton checks for FOUR cents per yard. Point out the concern that will sell you a full stock brogan any sise for 85 cents. DO NOT BE GULLED, AND DO NOT THAT WITH NEW GOODS FOR IZiTe Are Ali2Z6iys 117 It RESPECTFULLY, N. COLGIN & CO., Side Public Sq, : WEATHERFORD. ▼EN CENTS A QUART FOR APPLES hunpl* mt Pricm That PaopU Wko Ll*« la City flirt H«< tu l' j. •'Bow much for the apples*" nuked • Harlem woman of the grocer. "Ten ceaU a quart." aiuwered the grutw. "Jehoshaphat!" exclaimed the woman's Hunt, who had come on from Maine to visit her. "Teu cents a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 January 1892

The Enquirer. WM? mm m * m J i PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY 3D. XI. TTTT.T. AC CO. JAS U. VINCBNT, BDITOft. « K. HULL, Business Manager. subscription price- Sim je r fix month* Three month* (Ingle oopjr ....11. .... 76 ... M .... # Counting Room on MAIN BTRKKT, one btooli ■oath of Square. All are invired to c ll Mid *ee u« at any time. Itlmd at the Province at Weatherford, Tea a* Second-Claw mail mattei. WEATHERFORD. JAN. 21 The Mi «i ipp> legislative i now in session. A caucus of members on the senatorial issue shows that Barks. Aml*>, the alliance candidate for United States senator, is not in it. The terms of twenty-six United States senators, nearly one-third of the entire number, will expire in 1893, and if the democrats elect their pres- idential ticket this year there is a reasonable certainty thai they will carry bod) branches of congress with it This would be the first tune since i860 Alt the democrats have had control of the executive tud both branches of the legislat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 January 1892

The Enquirer. - V * 4- LOCAL RAILWAY TIMB TABLE. WEATHERFOKD, MINERAL WELLS AND NOSTHWE TERN TIME TABLE. (To take Effect Buuday, October 18,1881.) rkom wkathkxpokp. v V I.—Leave Weatherford A is p itf> " Arrive Mineral Well* 7 37 p m «• W9. L—Leave Weatherford 11 00 a m M Arrive Mineral Wells 12 22 p m to «BATHaaroao. Mo. 2.—Leave Mineral Well* 7 20 am " Arrive Weatberford 8 42 am Mm. i.—Leave Mineral Well* 8 00 p m " Arrive Weatberlord 4 22pm Train Noa. 1 and 2, daily traina; 3 and 4 daily exoept Sunday. . Cioae connection at Weatberford with the T. * P. and O., C. * Santa Ke traina, and at Min- an! Wella wltb Graham stage line. a. f. McKay, Supt. TAXA8 & PACIFIC. Cut boand, No. 4 4:48p. m. Weat bound, No. 8 10:30 p. m. accommodation. # 9:05 a. m. A SANTA FE. loath bound. 2:45 p. m. Worth bound U • m.,6:1s p. m. ' The Santa Fe makes close connection with the Port Worth A Rio Grande at C reason. "Uncle" Bill¡ Kilter is down with pneu- monia. "A* COLORADO A Will Gibaon it sick...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 January 1892

S m ips «v- J i A. OCHELTREE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, —AND DEALER IN— Grain, Coal, Wagons, Buggies, *JVh. p'i™-. twaffwartas a. Mili Wind M1«, •'umpi, Diso Harrow ana hII the Kx raa for (klKOi.INK PLOWS Weto'tndle thn Bain and Gr<nuin KISH BKOb. Wagons, which has bean manufactured over, thirty years. MWEST PRUES WILL BE GIVEN UN EVERYTHING! OFFICE AND WARE-ROOM, ipposite T. & P. Freight Depot, - WEATHERFORD. FORT * WORTH SP life3 PACKING COMPANY pi PACKERS AND CURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Hog, and Beef Products, and Ganners of Meats AKD DELICACIES. SAUSAGE OF ALL KIND. We are buying Hosts and Cattle every day at the Union Stock Yards mar- W, North Fort Worth, and especially solicit Texas raised hogs and cattle. europe mmm And So Are the People Over the Large Number of Makes of PIANOS AND ORGANS And LOW PRICES Offered by COLLINS ft ARMSTRONG CO.. LONE STAR OPINIONS. 18# JÉ ;! f a \ fe i Write or Call. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. (9 "ID W. S. MATNEY, Importing Tailor, The Peoples wants are G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 January 1892

'WMtcjm, ClqckB Mad Silverware SPB&JiáLTfSS'A PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. For Everything Beautiful Durable AND CHEAP t'hne jewelry line —CALL ON- HENRY M. BRUCE. Look over my stock, and I will make prices that will suit t > , you SURE. COME AND SEE. N. Main St., - WEATHERFORD. J. R. CODTS, Prest. B. W. KINDEL, Vioe-Prest. A. N. GRANT, Cashier CITIZENS NATIONAL BASK, WEATHERFORD, TEXAS. OAPITAL &c SURPLUS, $200.000. special inducements and special accomodations to customers. Collections a Specialty. North Main St. 11 BIO CHANCE AND TUG BEST CHANCE To Buy your Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Hams, Lard, Breakfast Bacon, and all the Freshest, new Delicacies, Combin. ing Quality and Elegance with prices Strictly Fair is to call on EAR, NOSE, THROAT, North Main St., Weatherford, Texas. DR. W. C. MULLINS, Office over Merchants and Farmers Nat'l Bank. OCULIST ® AUEIST Also Treats Catarrhal Diseases of Nose and Throat. Spectacles Scientifically adjusted. Largest stock of Artifi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weatherford Enquirer — 21 January 1892

IN* m 9^ HI V\" iftr WM tffi Ip ip •V- m mm m.r 0^ mu- Í % Sends Greetings to the Public with Sincere - Thanks For the Liberal Patronage Bestow- ed in the past. For TheComingYear We have no addi~ tional promises to make. We shall always try to con- duct our business with such DIGNITY As shall be appre- ciated by the pub- lic. We shall give you courteous treat ment. We shall give you good val- ue for Your Money. We will meet any LEGITIMATE COMPETITION. We are always ready to rectify any errors or Misunderstanding. We shall try to keep the Best and Largest Stock of Queensware, Glassware, Cutlery, STATIONERY, WALL PAPER, Art v Material AND FANCY GOODS Kept in Western Texas. We bow to no Competition and propose to lead the van in Lowest Prices and BEST - GOODS. YOURS TRULY. fl. Gernsbacher, itberford, : Texas. Wno (a to ■ am*? The following graphic scene from the Organizer will appeal to every thoughtful parent' heart: Scene—Breakfast table. Hig Brother— What makes you look ho sleepy, M...

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